Park People have launched round two of their Public Space Incubator (PSI) program and are looking for people who have bold, creative, and radical ideas for Toronto’s parks, plazas, schoolyards, laneways, streets, and other publicly-accessible open spaces. With a focus on innovation, partnerships, programming, and scalability, Public Space Incubator will provide five projects with up to $50,000 in funding per project.
DTAH Partner Joe Lobko is part of the Public Space Incubator jury which will be selecting five pilot projects that test new, innovative ways to bring under-used public spaces to life in the City of Toronto. The program is open to groups and collaborators including but not limited to: community groups, student groups, artist collectives, non-profits, public sector agencies, designers, and registered charities. Letter of Intent applications are due March 22, 2019. Learn more here